West Chester sophomore Victor Polyakov rewrote the record books at the Frank Elm Invite in Rutgers this weekend, winning three events,…
Shelly Patton and Casey Clark both broke two school records in Rice’s victory at the Phill Hansel Invite.
The Jayhawks welcomed four new additions in this year’s recruiting class.
IUPUI’s Tony Carroll and Lexi Laird were named The Summit League’s Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Week for their performances Nov. 19-25.
Three meet records fell at the Kansas Classic, two of them to the home team and one to the University of Nebraska.
Cheyenne Coffman shattered 3 pool and meet records while San Diego State and Hawaii took team titles at the Arena Invite
Third-year head swimming coach Ed Pretre has announced the signing of five high school seniors to join the Truman State University women’s team for the 2014-2015 season.
Colorado State University’s signing class includes High School All-American and 3 Colorado athletes
The Missouri State Bears welcome four men and four women for 2014-15.
Brazil lags behind in its attempts to clean up sewage pollution in Copacabana, the site of the 2016 Olympic Open Water Swimming events as well as the swimming portion of the triathlon.
A large class of Nova Aquatics seniors signed with college teams this fall – from left to right: Zack Browne, Rachel Yontz, Ashton Pollard, Jessie Gvozdas, Justin Edwards, Brett Barden, Bailey Hall, Andy Branin, GJ Apostle, Lexie Stavac (not pictured, Chandler Shirer).
10 men and 24 women have already sealed their NCAA invites with “A” cut times after last weekend’s full slate of mid-season invitationals.
The lady Volunteers closed out the win over FGCU and the Georgia Tech men won at home on day three of the Georgia Tech Invitational.
Farmington Hills, Holland, and East Grand Rapids took state team titles at the MHSAA girls meet.
The Lady Golden Bears won in convincing fashion and the Stanford men did the same on the last day of racing at UNLV.